Sunday, 12 October 2014

invisible threads are the strongest ties

Aloha, my lovely readers! :) 

It's been a while, but we're back in the blogging game (hopefully).

I got a new camera, which is always super exciting, so I'll probably be posting more random photo posts to record my improvement and to be more active. 

Stopped to take this while walking around.

The other day I walked to a friend's home (it's always fun to have a friend walking distance from you!) to 'help' with her photography assignment. When I got there, it turns out that by 'helping' all I had was keep her cat from distracting her. This proved to be very easy, as her cat ran away the second it saw me. 

Not before I managed to take this shot! Here she is, trying to act all cute and stuff.
Her assignment was to use a film camera and try to make ordinary objects look interesting. This interested me, as I had never seen a film camera before (where you have to put the film in chemicals to develop and stuff!)

Did you know Sydney's Opera House was inspired by mandarin segments?

Afterwards, I decided to not waste time and start on a photography competition I had to enter for school. The theme was community, and I had NO IDEA what I was going to do. 

So naturally, if you have have no ideas, the first thing you do is to grab rainbow colours of paint and put them all over your hand... right?

... Just me? Okay then.

This was meant to represent connection in a community.

And more connection....
... and I have no idea what this one is representing. Rock paper scissors, anyone?

Considering it was winter when these were taken, I was very glad that the rain stopped just as I left the house.

This little fella popped by to say hello!
Started this post with purple flowers, ending it with purple flowers. 

I hope you have an awesome day!

 Stay fabulous :D
Lena xx

Camera: Canon EOS 700D
Editor: Adobe Photoshop CS6

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